The mission of the State and Indian Outreach is to serve as an advocate for the fulfillment of ONRR trust responsibility and to resolve Indian mineral issues. The Outreach program serves as a focal point for both Indian mineral issues and contact with the Indian community, Indian mineral owners, and involved state and federal agencies.
ONRR conducts various forms of outreach with individual Indian mineral owners; our primary method is through on-site meetings in Indian Country. The outreach is designed to resolve royalty-related problems and to let individual owners know how to contact us. These regularly scheduled outreach meetings enable us to answer questions, listen to concerns and suggestions for improvement, and identify and resolve mineral-related problems in partnership with the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, and Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians. Our goal is to enhance our trust responsibility and foster a positive working relationship with the Indian community.
ONRR provides the following services:
Filtered by Indian and State Outreach Need Help?Click on a calendar item for details.
In this section you may sort the calendar by any of the sort options listed. If you have filterd the calendar then only the displayed items will be sorted.
If you would like to view all calendar items, including previous dates and those longer than three months out, choose the Show All Items option.
The search function will search through the list of only the displayed items. You may enter any text you want including Days, City, Times. The search options finds matches in the item descriptions as well.